Generally cloudier skies in southern counties. A mix of clouds of sun this afternoon with temps mainly in the low 30s.
Highs: 30°F to 38°F
Wind: S 0-10 mph
Cloudy skies overnight. Snow chances start early tomorrow morning.
Lows: 17°F to 23°F
Wind: SE 0-10 mph
Chances of snow across the area. Accumulation is possible for the southern valley. Grand Forks and north may have a dusting to fractions of an inch. As we move south, accumulations are still uncertain. Plan for at least an inch or two of snow. In South Dakota and Southwest Minnesota, there could be a significant amount of snow over Monday and Tuesday.
Highs: 25°F to 35°F
Wind: SE/NE 5-15 mph
Our forecast gets a little tricky for the start of the workweek. A cut-off low (low cut off from the main jet stream) will move into the Plains. This will bring snow into the region Sunday Night through Tuesday. While the bulk of the system will be to our south, snow will move into southern parts of the WDAY/WDAZ viewing area. Best chance of accumulating snow will be along and south of I-94/Highway 10. If you're traveling toward Sioux Falls or the Twin Cities early in the workweek, you will likely encounter snow. Stay with us throughout the weekend as we fine tune the forecast.
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